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Jul 3, 2013 8:30pm PDT
? >> yes mr. chair. item four ordinance amending the municipal elections code to specify that it will not have the legal text that exceeds 100 pages. item five amending the elections code that the voter information pamphlet will not include the legal text of any ballot measure that exceeds 20 pages. >> okay. supervisor -- president chiu is here to join us and he will speak on this item. president chiu. >> thank you mr. chair. thank you colleagues for consideration of this item and let me first thank supervisor wiener for his consideration of a very similar item. turns out great minds were thinking alike dealerring with an issue around a inordinately large handbook this year and we will likely to save the city 1.7 million dollars with the proposals that we have and i would like to recognize supervisor wiener's aid that is here and i recognize our colleague is in budget committee and has a conflict today so colleagues the legislation that i have introduced and the legislation that supervisor wiener introduced both had the same goal of reducing the amount of material th
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 12:00pm PDT
told the duly elected democratic president of egypt, mohamed morsi, you are no longer president. a military coup has just happened. the military has taken over. they are moving in to take over the government. a live look at anti-government protesters in tahrir square and now a statement is being read on state tv. is this accurate? this is new to me. this has just happened. a statement is being read. we were told that members of different forces within the country, the military would speak and the members of the muslim brotherhood, a pope from hoot religious group -- a pope from another religious group would be coming up. do we have translation for this? i know we have translation. oh well, we don't have translatio getting translation in the background. we will let you know what happened. the military had set a deadline for president mohamed morsi to strike a deal with those protesters. the deadline passed four hours ago and morsi refused to step down. the pro morsi demonstrators gathering at a mosque across town. you can see here the difference between those two rallies. a shot
SFGTV
Jun 29, 2013 5:30am PDT
. my legislation would allow the department of elections not to include the full text of the limits and supervisor wiener had the other motion. i have merged the gaps and let me describe what the amendments would. do first it state that's new rule that we're talking about would not apply to charter amendments. the idea is if we have charter amendments we should include the entire legal text regardless of size in the voter information pamphlet but these would apply to ordinances and declarations of policy and then the amendments that i have introduced state that for measures with legal text over 100 pages the voter information pamphlet, the ballot book would include the first 100 pages and exclude the remainder and for over 100 pages the board could adopt a resolution to include the full text and the resolution would be need to be effective, ie signed by the mayor by the last day and if there are certain measures that we want voters to see everything we could pass a resolution to do that otherwise excerpt the first 100 pages and the rest excluded and then the full text must be avai
SFGTV
Jun 30, 2013 11:30pm PDT
to thank supervisor wiener for language that included that and the director of elections has no discretion to add more or less text. that's the gist of the amendments and i know supervisor wiener's aids is here and we haven't talked. >> >> about it and i think it's appropriate to hear from supervisor wiener's aid and i want to thank the department of elections that flag thursday issue for both of us and committed to what we need to do. >> >> as you know we are going through the throws of season of the budget and no offense to mr. ernst. i don't think he wants us to give him an additional 1.7 million dollars to deal with the graphs and the technical memorandum we're talking about here. from my perspective i think this is a once in a generation problem. we have a situation with a ballot measure that is larger than anything we have seen in years and part of what i am trying to do is address the problem in front of us and with that i would like to turn it over to mr. chair and recommend that we recognize supervisor wiener's aide and mr. ernst. >> thank you mr. chiu. at this moment if super
KCSMMHZ
Jul 4, 2013 2:30pm PDT
elected head of state. >> there is resentment among egyptians who oppose military intervention, and that parked street clashes since the overthrow. 16 people have been killed and hundreds wounded. >> a new interim leader has used his inauguration to reach out to morsi's muslim brotherhood, but party officials have rejected any engagement. >> there has been no end to the celebration from tahrir square. many women were among the crowd. they welcome the overthrow of mohamed morsi and his muslim brotherhood. >> i feel safety and peace. my country has come back to me. my country was was kidnapped, egypt, has come back to me. thank out. >> we have been treated unjustly. i'm here despite my illness for the sake of egypt. we did all this with the people and police. we are muslims and we believe in god. >> the head of the constitutional court has been sworn in as interim president. it he is tasked with managing the country's affairs during the transition. >> i look forward to holding presidential and parliamentary elections with the real public will, elections that are not fraudulent, b
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 2:30pm PDT
in power for your, the first leader freely elected since egypt's revolution two years ago. tonight, his supporters have held a mass rally in cairo, calling this a military coup. but in tahrir square, opponents celebrated news of his downfall with fireworks and cheering. we go there now to been brown. wild, joyous celebrations are continuing through the night. you can see some of the people here in tahrir square behind me, tens of thousands have been setting off fireworks ever since the army leadership announced that they were effectively pushing mohammed morsi out of power and suspending his constitution. still shooting off those green laser beams as well in celebration. these people in many other egyptians are very happy tonight, but there are plenty supporters who are angry. they cannot understand why the army has opposed a man who was democratically elected just 12 months ago. an extraordinary day in the history of egypt. the moment they had dreamed about in tahrir square. days of it took 18 protests to remove president mubarak. it has taken three days to oust president morsi. since
CNN
Jul 3, 2013 1:00pm PDT
elections can be held, both in support of the opposition on monday he was given 48 hours to come up with a political solution. that deadline came and went hours ago. if u.s. official decide to label this as a c only up, that money could dry up. egypt is a center if not the center of middle eastern culture. hundreds of american says work there, and tenning of thousand thousands have dual american/egyptian passports. we're all over this story with reporters in every corner of cairo. i want to go to christiane amanpour. tell us exactly what the response has been from the muslim brotherhood. >> well, ib talking to several members, including a key spokesman and key advisers action and also someone who used to be a member of parliament there is a deep sense of despair. they believe this is a c opt up, and they're correct, they talk about the first democratically elected president has been overthrown. and the presidency, well, now the former presidency of mohammed morsi. on the other hand, in the tahrir square area, where millions and millions of people have, by popular vote with their fee
CNN
Jul 4, 2013 1:00am PDT
>>> from election to ejection. after one year in office, a dramatic exit in egypt for morsi. >> now that he is being pushed out, what is next for the country. hello, welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world for this special edition of "cnn news room." >> i'm becky anderson in cairo for you at 10:00 a.m. local time. thank you for joining us. egypt's first democratically elected president has been forced out by the military. the muslim brotherhood's ruling party says morsi is now under house arrest. i can tell you, it is unclear, at this point, on thursday morning, 10:00 a.m. local time, exactly where he is. his opponents are celebrating. supporters of the former president says he is a military coup. rounded up and taken into custody. the arrest of some 300 at this stage. the army paving the way for a new government. the head of egypt's supreme constitution. a man we know little about. he'll be sworn in as the interim head of the first state later on today, possibly within the next half hour. the constitution here has been suspended. a huge moment in politics i
LINKTV
Jul 2, 2013 7:00pm PDT
general, we asked for a fair and free election vote. right now, already half of the government ministers have resigned, we have no option but to form a new government. there was a ruling that the appointment was illegal and he has to go. they have delayed the election and it seems to be -- it was deemed to be unconstitutional several times. he needs to read the writing on the wall. the writing on the wall is the egyptian people are the majority. co-this and he's ready to get into confrontation with the armies. >> joining us now live from washington, d.c., the professor for peace and development at the university of maryland. also the author of the world through arab -- of "the world through arab eyes." thank you for taking time to be with us on this program. i want to address what he was saying is morsi only interested in clinging to pow her >> well, you know, tonight obviously he was very defiant. but he used his really strongest case which is that he is the legitimately elected president of egypt. and therefore, you know, whatever the military is goping to announce tomorrow, obviously
LINKTV
Jul 4, 2013 5:30am PDT
the army deposed egypt democratically elected leader, and interim president has been sworn in. the hell -- head of the military said mohamed morsi fail to meet the demands of the egyptian people. the new man at the top is relatively unknown internationally but is one of egypt's longest serving judges. caroline malone reports. >> egypt officially has a new interim president. he was sworn in in a ceremony attended by the general assembly and the defense chief. toi swear by almighty god uphold the republican system and to respect the constitution and the law, and to safeguard the interests of the people and to protect the nation's independence and editorial integrity. >> earlier he was sworn in as head of the constitutional court as well. his predecessor term ran out sunday. when it was confirmed on wednesday that the military was back in charge, terrier square --tahrir square corrupted. protesters calling for the country's first democratic elected president. demonstrators listened where they could to hear the minister of defense who was flanked by leaders and announce that morsi was no lo
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. there was a parliamentary election, they lost it. there was a referendum on the constitution, they lost it by a margin of 2-1. so you have the -- the irony is the very same people who pledge allegiance to democracy don't like the version of democracy. and the army is in a pickle. the army does not want to rule. the army never expected to see that kind of failure. and the ultimatum on the part of the army, 48 hours to meet the demands of the people, the demands of the people to be met in 48 hours? these are timeless demands. bottomless demands. i think army miscalculated as well. >> rose: from egypt to brazil, we look at that country with larry roeter ruchir sharma, and paolo sotero. >> the list of grievances is long and varied but if you want to boil it down and simplify it, you can say it's really about respect. you know, the country's been through an enormous period of growth. it has seen a lifting of 50 million people into the middle-class. and now that they're there, you know, the government, i think, thought that people would be grateful. instead, what the people are saying is if this is middle-class
KCSMMHZ
Jul 4, 2013 6:00am PDT
the constitution and ordered a new presidential election. they chose mansour as provisional head of state. >> anti-morsi rallies erupt ed across the country last week. protesters said the economy and public security worsened after the president took power a year ago. they demanded he resign immediately. military commanders gave morsi 48 hours to resolve the crisis. he rejected the ultimatum, so the army moved in. they have deployed armored vehicles at a number of locations, but morsi supporters have barricaded roads in some parts of cairo. they say they are ready to die fighting the military. a video on the internet shows the ousted president. a spokesperson says morsi is being held at a defense ministry facility. the egyptian prosecutor's office has ordered the arrest of the top leaders of muslim brotherhood. the group supports deposed president mohamed morsi. egypt's state-run news agency says arrest warrants were issued from muslim brotherhood supreme guide mohamed bade and his deputy. prosecutors accuse the two men of inciting violence. he's seen as the top political strategist. he was the gro
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 2:00pm PDT
a leader elected by the people has been told that he is no longer in power and celebrations have been going on for hours. he's being replaced temporarily with the chief justice of the constitutional state. take a listen to the chief of the army addressing the country earlier. >> translator: this road map has included stop working with the constitution. the head of the constitution, quote, shall take over the country during the transitional period until a new president is elected. >> let's go live to cry row with the cairo with the latest. connor, set the stage for us. >> this is really a tale of two different egypts.cairo with the. connor, set the stage for us. >> this is really a tale of two different egypts.with the lates. connor, set the stage for us. >> this is really a tale of two different egypts.the latest. connor, set the stage for us. >> this is really a tale of two different egypts. it's been a nonstop volley of fireworks. they seem to not run out of fireworks. an unbelievable scene behind me. but just a few miles away where the morsi supporters live, they are angry, they are stun
MSNBC
Jun 27, 2013 6:00pm PDT
terrible with latinos now. this is the latino vote in the last election. yeah, guess how that election turned out. i mean, it's understandable that republicans do terrible with latino voters given where they are on policy that latinos care about, but having that many millions of americans voting against you as a bloc, having the nation's fastest growing minority group voting against you by nearly 3-1, that is an unsurvivable situation for a national party. that is a disaster. now one way to try to fix that is to try to change what you look like to latino voters on poll ciicy grounds. try to erase the republican i hate immigrants party image that you have earned through the careers of steve king and tom tancredo and pat buchanan and joe arpaio and jan brewer. the anti-immigrant image of the party. try to change that by trying to get at least some of your party to support centrist immigration reform, like what happened today in the united states senate. that's one way to do it. try to make yourself more attractive to latino voters by doing something that latino voters like. or you can do
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 6:30pm PDT
in time for egypt, who has seen their first democratically elected president removed by the army. hundreds of thousands of people are out on the streets and are waiting for a statement from the military. >> for the very latest, we are going live to a correspondent standing by and carrie rowe. karima, is there a military coup underway? -- standing by in cairo. >> as we speak, the military is just making an announcement. it looks like a military coup. there are tanks out on the street. president morsi was informed that he is no longer president. >> we are getting life pictures from cairo right now, kareem. is the military starting their statement? [beep beep] >> we will try to get him back in cairo lesson as we can. -- as soon as we can. >> tensions reaching a fever pitch. the army has reportedly taken control of the major media outlets including the state broadcaster in cairo. >> in egypt is deeply divided in the military is the one institution that egyptians continue have faith in. >> can the military provides stability that they are yearning for a midst of the uncertainty? we have this re
KCSMMHZ
Jun 27, 2013 6:00am PDT
politics and rudd is readying his party for the next election. nhk world reports from sydney. >> reporter: kevin rudd has been through this wince before. he once thought his days on top were over. now he's back in the prime minister's office after winning a leadership contest against his bitter rival within the ruling labor party, julia gillard. three years ago it was gillard who outed rudd as party leader and prime minister. but she struggled with the difficulties of a minority government. indust industry slammed her pollution levy. polls suggested she would lose an election planned for september. a day after defeating gillard, the new prime minister appealed for truce. >> let us all remember particularly on days like this that in this parliament and in this place we are all human beings. we all have families and we all have emotions. so let us try, just try, to be a little kinder and gentler with each other. >> reporter: the opposition leader questioned his intentions. >> a former prime minister should have been dealt with by the australian people at an selection, not by the faceless me
PBS
Jul 4, 2013 2:30pm PDT
stop former members of the mubarak regime from standing elections. and putting an ally into the presidency might be the easy bit for the egyptian army. they have an even worse inheritance from the one that made president morsi's job so hard. egyptians are impatient for better lives. top priorities are keeping the peace and the economy. the generals and the new president need to come up with results quickly. a honeymoons here are short. >> many egyptians to support democracy will not call what has happened a military coup even though soldiers took power from elected president. they include egypt lost most internationally recognized leader. >> they know they have been called by the people to avert civil war. it is a painful measure. nobody wants it done. his owni undermined legitimacy by the client himself a few months ago as the pharaoh. this is not a democratic process. >> there is no point of having a election and if you want change, you go to the streets. >> yes, but you have to make some changes to avoid what is happening into somalia. >> accost cairo, dozens of musl
KOFY
Jul 3, 2013 11:30pm PDT
. sandhya patel is >>> just a year after coming into office egypt's first democratically elected president is out, removed by the military and placed under house arrest. millions celebrate on the streets of cairo. the country's future is unclear. abc's karen travers. >> demonstrators remain in tahrir square late into the night continuing to celebrate the ouster of the democratically elected president, mohamed morsi. a spokesman for the egyptian army said in a televised statement that the country's constitution had been dissolved and the head of the constitutional court will run the country until presidential elections can be held. >> the justice of the court run the affairs in the interim president and until a new president is elected. >> elections will likely take place in the next 9 to 12 months. the celebrations came after self-tense days. anti-morsi protesters president president -- chanted "down with the president." >> you have to step down. >> the pro morsi demonstrations were taking place. he continued to be defiant and he said "the revolution was stolen from us. who ever planned th
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 12:00pm PDT
of the constitutional court will swear in before the court to do an early election as the head of the constitutional government shall be running the country until further -- the head of the constitutional court has the right to issue any constitutional amendments forming a new government and has all authority to run the current time. forming a committee that will include everyone to review the constitutional amendments on the constitution that is suspended for now. calling upon the constitutional court to confirm a new parliament election and to start a process for a permanent election, putting an announcement for freedom of the speech, freedom of media, and to achieve credibility to everyone and to achieve the national interest for everyone taking the necessary steps to allow them into the egyptian government to share the responsibility and to take place forming a national committee, a reconciled national committee that has a credibility and acceptance between all the egyptians and representing all the egyptian people. the armed forces has disappeared. we urge everybody to peacefully protest and to
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 3:00pm PDT
democratically elected president is unknown at this hour, but what is clear is that the military coup that removed morsi has changed egyptian politics forever. one year after seeding control, kr egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.cseeding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.eseeding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.eeding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.ding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.deding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.ding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.eding control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square.ing control, egypt took it back. the move celebrated in tahrir square. >> he has the same policies as mubarak. >> reporter: egypt's military leaders insist the change was necessary as they move to restore stability and save the country. the army made intense efforts to make national reconciliation among the people and all groups in egypt
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 2:00pm PDT
with an elected government. now that government has fallen. >> i don't think we should be surprised that in egypt's advance 0 democracy, that it was never going to be a straight line. we've seen mistakes made. we've seen the fact that you have a duly elected leader but not one who is necessarily governing democratically or certainly not governing inclusively. so we know that democracy is about more than just elections and that building the institutions of democracy, the traditions of democracy will take years if not decades. >> p.j., do you think it's wise for the obama administration to hang back and let this play out before making any statements? >> well, even back in 2011, we recognized that the events were going to unfold in egypt. decisions made by egyptians of the united states would have influence only in the margins. we're in the same circumstance now. obviously, the administration faces a difficult decision in terms of how to interpret what's happened. we have laws that govern the assistance that we provide, you know, to the egyptian government as a tradition, if governments overthrow de
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 7:00pm PDT
the country's first democratically elected leader out of office. president mohamed morsi's supporters call it a coup. his opponents call it a triumph. the head of the army is promising new elections. >> translator: the military has suspended the constitution to hold a presidential election as soon as possible. until a new president is elected, we have appointed the chief justice of the constitutional court as provisional head of the government. >> general abdel fattah al sisi says that president morsi had failed to meet the demands of protesters. tens of thousands of demonstrators in tahrir square greeted the announcement with fireworks and cheers. they chanted, good-bye president morsi" and waved egyptian flags. protesters say the economy and public security have worsened since morsi took power a year ago. they demanded he resign immediately. morsi rejected an ultimatum from sh the army to end the crisis within 48 hours or step down. soldiers have cordoned off major roads in the capital cairo deploying armored vehicles at a number of locations. the military controls the state-run tv stati
LINKTV
Jun 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
. unfortunately, the first elected president for egypt, this was something everybody was happy about. the first elected democratic president and people are trying to hold the power accountable. this is a tiny fringe. there are people who have the right to say what they wanted they have the right to protest morsi. he is an elected president and the only way you get rid of him is through an election unfortunately, for me to look at the situation, the opposition has lost a lot. many people were expecting the opposition -- supported the opposition and what they were trying to do but to go to a violent stage and try to change regime's of the army can interfere brings back the army to the scene. >> do egyptians action what the military to come back and restore order? >> no, i don't think so. people have had enough of the army for a long period and the army itself is not interested in going to politics again. they have seen the amount of damage the egyptian people have suffered. this kind of momentum of trying to overthrow an elected president through an elective they are saying that they have over 15
LINKTV
Jul 3, 2013 7:00pm PDT
>> the justice of the supreme court declared an early presidential election. >> tens of thousands of egyptians remain on the streets of cairo as morsi is overthrown by the military. > this is al jazeera live. president obama has been saying he is deeply concerned by the has begunand the u.s. its staff from the embassy. in other news, rescue search for the survivors of an earthquake in indonesia. and when technology is never as good as the human eye. egypt's first democratically-elected president morsi has been depossessed by the military. former president morsi is now being held by security forces. hundreds of thousands of people have been camped out in cairo's square for days now. they are celebrating their victory hours after the announcement, rejoicing and fireworks. supporters have been showing up in huge numbers. that is much more somber. reports from the day's events. >> when it was timely confirmed that the military was back in harge after staging a cue -- coup day ta. once again a movement sparked by the country's youth has led to the overthrow of a leader. protests organi
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
overthrew the elected government and took power itself. what's this game-changing event mean to democracy in the most important country in arabia? what does it mean to peace in the region? well, think of a situation in that part of the world. in afghanistan, the taliban is dying to get back into power. in iraq, the sunni minority stands ready to overthrow the government. we, the united states, put into power through the sweat, blood and the deaths of our soldiers. in syria, assad fights off the rebels in what promises to be an unending war. what a neighborhood. and in too many of the cases, the united states gotten involved in a local war between shia and sunni, a battle that's lasted 1,000 years. it isn't going to end just because uncle sam has joined the rumble. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in tahrir square. both at the square and today's muslim brotherhood rally. and now we have richard engel. thank you. take all the time you want. tell us what's going on in cairo. >> reporter: well, i will start with what is happening right here in this square. enormous celebrati
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 7:15am EDT
until the next election. there was no connection. with the emergence of democracy early in the 1980s and 1990s, we have a situation where more and more are realized groups, including indigenous groups, and other groups that were previously marginalized, all of a sudden, to the political scene and they get mobilized. the political system is enabled to absorb these new forces. and what they did is they act in the own way, in their own radical way that i described before. and for instance, yet cases that promises everything to the indigenous populations, and they promise to respond to the indigenous populations. and once he comes to power that's exactly the opposite of what he promised during the election period so this kind of political structure eventually radicalize is, breaks the system -- of democratic system, it collapses and that is filled by nudity that actually come out of the establishment outside of political parties and filled that out. in other words, to summarize, the bolivarian revolution images in venezuela and in other countries because democracy basically failed. it's
CNN
Jul 3, 2013 9:00am PDT
the egyptian military and the democratically elected president. millions of people have been on the streets protesting morsi's rule over the past year. i van watson is on the scene for us. set the scene. as you know there are reports that we may be in the midst of a military coupe. what's the latest? >> reporter: on the ground are, we're having technical difficults. we'll sh the people gathered here are by the tens and thousands starting spreading hours ago when rumors started out that the embattled elected president was under some kind of a house arrest. that's what the crowd was saying. his spokesman have denied those reports to cnn in the last hour. they have also started announcing on facebook sites and on twitter that in their words a full military coupe is under way in egypt right now. there's no question that there's immense pressure on morsi. demonstrators can calling for him to step down about a year after he was elected. that's three years short of the completion of his term. the crowd has been firing fireworks in the air. the cheers doubled when a military transport helicopter ci
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 12:00am PDT
's elected these big majorities in the statehouse and state senate. it elected me time and time to be governor. i'm just executing the will of the people here and what you're doing is engaging in essentially stall tactics, obstruction and tricks to stop that democratic majority, to stop that democratic will. what is your response to that argument? >> well, you know governor perry, bless his heart. as you know, sometimes he can forget really important things, and he can get confused about very important current events. and the polls actually show not what governor perry is saying, but that 75% really would prefer for our state to focus on education and on jobs and on information like highways and water. and to leave these divisive issues to the wayside, to concentrate on what is really important. the other mistake, i think, that our leadership, the republican leadership, because it is a red state, has made, is to assume that because for years of redistricting manipulation where the districts are so solidly republican, that the only voters that matter are those that participate in
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 12:00am PDT
election. eliminate same-day registration. and end sunday voting. now, the context of this is that the republican party in the south, in particular, is, well, it's a party of white people. a party that has, frankly, every incentive, strategically, to maximize levels of white turnout and minimize levels of other turnout. that's more or less the tactic the republican parties of the south have taken, certainly in north carolina, sparking massive protests in response. those suppression tactics were not supposed to be the strategy of the national republican party. particularly after the clock cleaning they received in 2012. because all of us across the spectrum in the days and weeks after that election looked at the exit polls and all saw the same results. barack obama won latinos by 50 points, asians by 47 points and african-americans by a cool 87 points. they also saw that mitt romney actually won about as much of the white vote as george h.w. bush did but lost the election because the 2012 electorate was 13% less white than the 1988 electorate. and so observers of the
Current
Jul 3, 2013 4:00pm PDT
court will be in charge until presidential elections can be held. >> the justice of the court will run the state's affairs until a period where a new president will be elected. >> now understandably americans are happy about this. the american government is happy about this at this point it seems like this is happened in a relatively peaceful way. in fact, let's take a quick look at what the state department has to say about these recent developments. >> and we've been clear in not taking sides in this case, and certainly supporting the efforts of the opposition of others to peacefully protest. that's a position that the ambassador shares, the president shares, the secretary shares and we've been conveying that and communicating that as clearly as possible. >> now i want to share with you what the egyptian military road to democracy is. they want to install an an an interim council, an amended constitution, new presidential election and delay parliamentary election. cenk we'll start with you. >> cenk: first on the state department where was everybody? by the way, the first time around
KCSMMHZ
Jul 2, 2013 2:00am PDT
on the stick of his favorite candidate. only men can vote or be elected. >> we also wonder why only men can vote, but that's the tradition. >> on july 1, it will be part of the eu, which frowns on elections that exclude women. she sees no reason to get worked up about it. at 80, she is the oldest citizen of the town and has experienced lots of elections. >> i told my youngest granddaughter she should run for mayor. she has the right character for the job. but she just laughed. >> the town is very popular with tourists from austria and germany. most are thrilled with the city's medieval charm. >> these piles of stone that make it up are still authentic. that is what is fascinating. we don't have anything like this back home. >> it is taking its accession to the european union in stride. the city has been part of several different political entities. first it belong to italy, then yugoslavia. some people here have bad memories of the communist era. today the worries are different. he is a worry that the city could use its unique character. >> attracting more people and more money, build struc
CSPAN
Jun 29, 2013 4:00pm EDT
, and the parties do way they want and then wait for the next election. there was no connection. there was -- they all -- the mention of representatives didn't exist. with the emergence of democracy early in the 1980s and the 1990s, we have a situation where more and more mar gypallized groups including indigenous groups, and those are the groups previously marginalized, all the sudden come to the political scene and they get mobilized. the -- the political system is unable to absorb new forces, and what they do is they act in the old way, in the old way that i describe before. for instance, there's cases that promises everything to the indigenous populations, and they promise to respond to the indigital nows populations, and once he comes to power, he does exactly the opposite of what he had promised during the election. these kind of political behaviors, these kind of eventually breaks the system, and there's a crisis of the democratic system that lapses collapses, and that is sealed by the leaders that comes out of the traditional political parties and fill it out. in other w
PBS
Jul 4, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the first democratically elected president. the senior officials and reuters praut morsi supporters who reacted to the crack down by facing off security forces leaving at least 14 people dead. they believe the members are responsible for some of the violence that flaired up in cairo. they said prosecutors issued arrest warrants for the froup's supreme foid and his deputy. he is answered the brotherhood's top strategist. they barred him from being a candidate last year in the presidential election. they ordered their members to kill anti-morsi demonstrators. fighting outside the group's headquarters on sunday and monday left eight people dead. world leaders lined up to weigh in on the crisis. they are urging egyptians to return power to democratically elected government. >> we never support in countries the intervention by the military. what now nodes to happen in egypt is for democracy to flourish and for dem win transition to take place. >> britain's foreign secretary said the leaders should find a way to agree on a constitution and election laws. he is urging them to hold fair electio
LINKTV
Jun 26, 2013 7:00pm PDT
during the presidential election year. al jazeera. takeuador said it could weeks to decide whether to grant asylum to edward snowden. he has been staying near the moscow airport. f has been snowden's home for five days. with a decision on the asylum application not expected for weeks, this could be a rather long stay. it will be an opportunity for the 30-year-old intelligence analyst to reflect on his future and a life on the run. whether he will be judged in years to come, assuming that is the sort of life he lives as the for who revealed material the greater good or the unwise man who made -- who may have broken his country's laws is something we can only speculate about. the not think the life of political man on the run is likely to be much fun these days. >> he is believed to be staying in a hotel. travelersw requires who stay for more than 24 hours to apply for a visa. it is not known if he completed this process. we say an advocate than someone in the world should stand with this young man and protect him. has madeation hs he with courage change the world. >> the next flight
LINKTV
Jun 30, 2013 2:00pm PDT
in their thousands, saying he was legitimately elect ben should stay. of greatest concentration protest is taking place in cairo. those opposed have been filling career square throughout the day. -- talk rear square throughout the day. protesters have also converged on thepalace area -- palace. thousands of protesters have gathered, frustrated by the economic crisis crippling the country and concentrating power in the hands of a president. thousands of protesters have tahrir square calling on the protester -- calling on the president to resign. 174 people were injured across the country and the headquarters at the muslim brotherhood headquarters in cairo have been attacked with petrol bombs. thousandsre tens of of the egyptians on the streets, all leading into the square full of people. everyone here is calling for the president to resign. they're saying they want a transitional government to be established ahead of early presidential elections. says it has 22 million signatures gathered against the president. opposition groups are calling on the people here to stay, sit in until their demands ar
LINKTV
Jul 1, 2013 5:30am PDT
is supposed to be having elections. it is almost impossible. >> is a challenge. it is up to the government to decide on the election. it was to be on the 20th. we are able to accompany the 40's of -- the authorities of mali. they have a lot of experience with these elections. we will look at the best way we can support the authorities. >> will fraud elections be worse than having no elections are all? >> it is important that they be credible. the date is july 28. we will accompany them to have the work done. we will put a powerful expertise on this. >> the u.n. make it clear they are not organizing the election. d an say it is malian le organized by the government of mali. is worth remembering it is not a democratic government. it cannot of last year's coup. >> we're joined by chief analyst for mali. thank you for making it on the show. i want to read the quote from the union leader. peacekeepersars will be vulnerable to attacks by guerrilla fighters on the ground. it seems is not time to talk about peacekeepers yet. i totally agree with you. although the news is much better than a few mon
CNN
Jul 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
to move quickly and return authority back to the democratically elected government through a process and avoid abtrarry arrests of president morsy and i have also directed the relevant departments and agencies to review the itch cases under the u.s. law for our assistance. no one knows what happens next. joining us from cairo and first, bring in a spokesman for the muslim brotherhood who joins us by phone. at this point, do you know where president morsy, where former president morsy is now? >> the word former. he's under house arrest at the presidential guard head quarters. >> and there have to be reports as many as 300 muslim brotherhood members, that there are arrest warrants out for them. is that what you understand? >> yes, we have reports from somewhat concerned sources, but we're concerned ahead of the justice party and head of the elected egyptian government and also, the presidential under arrest, as well. >> supporters of this action says this is the will of the egyptian people. to you what is this and what happens next? >> i'm afraid that's an excuse. at the end of the day
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